Cheyenne Woods, the niece of Tiger Woods, leads in the Aussie Masters after three rounds. Cheyenne Woods, 23, an American professional golfer, takes a one stroke lead into the final round in the Australian Ladies’ Masters. Saturday, she shot a 2-under par round of 71 which – according to the PGA and an ESPN report on Saturday – has her headed for her first win as a pro golfer.
In the competition, held at the Royal Pines Resort, Cheyenne Woods has totaled a 3-round total of 12-under par at 207.
Currently, South Africa’s Stacey Lee Bregman is in second place – a stroke behind Woods, and Australia’s amateur champion Minjee Lee is in third place.
The golf match ends on Sunday, and all eyes are on Tiger Woods’ niece to see if she can win her first championship – following in her uncle’s footsteps on the golf course.
Cheyenne Woods is the daughter of Earl Dennison Woods Jr. who is Tiger Woods’ half-brother. Her grandfather, Earl Woods who was Tiger’s father, was her first golf coach. She has already 30-some amateur tournaments during her career.